Tom Conti Net Worth

Tom Conti is a Scottish actor who has had a successful career spanning four decades. He was born to hairdressers in Paisley, Scotland, and had to work hard to make a name for himself in the entertainment industry. His breakthrough came in 1979 with the Broadway play 'Whose Life Is It Anyway?', which earned him the Tony Award and much acclaim. Since then, he has starred in many films, television shows and theatrical plays, including 'Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence', 'Reuben, Reuben', 'Shirley Valentine', 'Streetdance 2' and 'The Dark Knight Rises'.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor
Birth Day November 22, 1941
Birth Place Paisley, Scotland, Scottish
Tom Conti age 81 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Sagittarius
Occupation Actor, theatre director, novelist
Years active 1963–present
Spouse(s) Kara Wilson (m. 1967)
Children Nina Conti

💰 Net worth: $78 Million

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Conti is a theatre, film and television actor. He began working with the Dundee Repertory in 1959. He appeared on Broadway in Whose Life Is It Anyway? in 1979, and in London he played the lead in Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell at the Garrick Theatre.


Conti has been married to Scottish Actress Kara Wilson since 1967 and their daughter Nina is an Actress and a Ventriloquist. According to Nina, her parents have an open marriage.


Besides taking the leading role in the TV versions of Frederic Raphael's The Glittering Prizes and Alan Ayckbourn's The Norman Conquests, Conti appeared in the "Princess and the Pea" episode of the family television series Faerie Tale Theatre, guest-starred on Friends and Cosby, and played opposite Nigel Hawthorne in a long-running series of Vauxhall Astra car advertisements in the United Kingdom during the mid-1990s.


Conti's novel The Doctor, about a former secret operations pilot for intelligence services, was published in 2004.


Conti considered running as the Conservative candidate in the 2008 London mayoral election, but did not, and in the following election in 2012 he supported unsuccessful independent candidate Siobhan Benita. In the run up to the 2015 general election, Conti said in an interview published in several newspapers that he had come to view socialism as a religion with a "vicious, hostile spirit" and that "conservatism was about enabling people to improve their lives."


He appeared in the hit BBC sitcom Miranda alongside Miranda Hart and Patricia Hodge, as Miranda's Father, in the 2010 seasonal episode "The Perfect Christmas".


Conti participated in a genetic-mapping project conducted by the company ScotlandsDNA (now called BritainsDNA). In 2012 Conti and the company announced that Conti shares a genetic marker with Napoléon Bonaparte. Conti has said that he "burst out laughing" when told he was directly related to Napoléon on his father's side.


Conti is a prominent resident of Hampstead in North West London, having lived in the area for several decades. Conti was part of a campaign against the opening of a Tesco supermarket in nearby Belsize Park. Conti put his Hampstead house up for sale in 2015 for £17.5 million after his long-running opposition to the building plans of his neighbour, the footballer Thierry Henry. Conti had also opposed development plans for Hampstead's Grove Lodge, the 18th-century Grade II listed former home of Novelist John Galsworthy.